Berglund (shoulder) returned to practice on Tuesday.
Berglund was expected to miss four months after undergoing shoulder surgery in October, which wouldn’t put him back in the lineup until early February. His return to practice on Tuesday is a good sign that Berglund is making progress and should continue to practice, unless he suffers a setback.
Berglund was a healthy scratch on Thursday, but will be back on the fourth line tonight vs. the Wild. Berglund has 20 points (8G / 12A) in 62 games this season. Marcel Goc will be the healthy scratch tonight.
Berglund (shoulder) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Berglund missed the last three games with a shoulder injury that he suffered last Thursday. He will replace Ty Rattie in the lineup if he ends up returning tonight. Monitor his status close to the 7:00 p.m ET puck-drop.
Berglund (shoulder) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Berglund will miss his third straight game with a shoulder injury he suffered on Saturday. The Blues announced today that he is dealing with a shoulder injury, but have yet to release a timetable for his return.
Berglund (upper-body) will not play on Friday vs. Carolina.
Berglund left Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return. He had one assist in 7:20 TOI before retiring to the dressing room for the evening. Coach Hitchcock said he did not know how long Berglund will be out past Friday.
Berglund was back on the ice on Monday and should be in the lineup on Thursday vs. Los Angeles.
Berglund missed Saturday's game because he was banged up from a slash on Friday. The injury was not believed to be serious and should not keep him out vs. the Kings. He was reunited with T.J Oshie and David Backes on the Blues top line.
Berglund missed practice on Friday, but will play on Saturday.
Berglund was feeling the effects of a slash he received on Thursday night, but will be in the lineup on Saturday when the Blues take on the Flames. Berglund had one shot and was a minus-1 in 16:41 yesterday.
Berglund, missed the season finale with an upper-body injury, was the most unlikely of the injured Blues to play in game 1. He did not skate this morning, while the rest of the team did. He is expected to be back at some point in the first round.